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and vertical line through leak michigan? this man happened. jesse holley affected more state lines than any other person with the exception of stephen douglas. but jesse how we did it from jail. [laughter] he was a former merchant in western new york and depended on the mohawk river to transport the flour to the markets in the east. at the time the river wasn't fully navigable and the company that controlled the navigation on the shipping company had promised the merchants moving into western new york that they would improve the navigation. but they didn't. and jesse all the and probably others went bankrupt and when you go bankrupt in those years, you go to the debtor's prison. while he was in debtor's prison, he wrote a series of lengthy articles that he published in newspapers using a pseudonym because the debtor's prison wasn't good for the resume in which he described an idea that he had come and that was the erie canal. and now jesse wholley was in the first person to imagine such a canal, but by the way in -- in box number one -- what did i do? let's go back. here we go. that is the
of miles away. even, say, in the amish country of western michigan, where the authorities say x-box live was used to hatch a monstrous crime, one that had detectives seeing double and a father scared to death and loaded for bear. >> we were sort of prepared for the worst because i was sleeping with a 9 millimeter loaded on my nightstand. >> reporter: cold sweats are not the way nights are meant to pass in the small towns of st. joseph county, michigan. >> it's definitely the type of place that you'd expect people would leave their doors open at night and not really worry about things like this happening. >> a homicide is not an everyday occurrence. >> reporter: it's country out here, corn fields everywhere, two-lane roads and it's where a cheerful kid named venus was growing up with her family. the youngest child of larry and therese, venus, a goddess to her mom even before she was born. >> i dreamed about this beautiful little girl with big dark eyes. and when she came out, and i looked at her, venus, i can't even tell you how much i loved her. i can't even describe t
an accident. the safe driving bonus check. dollar for dollar, nobody protects you like allstate. >>> michigan's ban on affirmative action gets struck down, but it's nothing to celebrate yet. i'll tell you how the right is stealing the language of civil rights to attack affirmative action. stay with us. new newtons fruit thins. real cranberries and delicious cranberry citrus oat... ♪ or real blueberries... ♪ ...and luscious blueberry brown sugar. the goodness of whole grains... and a thin crispy crunch. new newtons fruit thins, one unique cookie. >>> the shutdown on the minnesota state government is in its fifth day. now minnesota governor mark dayton is sitting down with republicans, but he's warning them, they're going to have to give a little. >> i've said for weeks now, you know, i'm willing to compromise, meet halfway. so, know, hanging tough at the plate of intrance gens is not leadership. >> the issue that they're, quote, hanging tough on is tax cuts for people making over a million a year. in other words, they're shutting down the government to the sake of 7,700 people, just 0.03%
of michigan jennifer granholm, host of cnbc's "mad money," jim cramer, and a tea party-backed freshman republican congressman from idaho, raul labrador. >>> good morning. still an unfolding story here in washington, the battle over raising the debt ceiling has entered its final hours. after weeks of negotiations, pointed political debate, some signs now that a compromise plan between congressional leaders and the white house could emerge as early as today. the senate majority leader, harry reid, postponed an overnight vote on his own debt limit measure and announced late last night that the senate would instead reconvene at noon today and hold off to the vote at 1:00 p.m. eastern time. >> there are many elements to be finalized, many elements to be finalized, and there is still a distance to go before any arrangement can be completed, but i believe we should give everyone as much room as possible to do their work. >> signs of progress also echoed by republican senate leader mitch mcconnell and speaker boehner. >> our country is not going to default for the first time in history. that i
michigan. ms. stabenow: i rise to talk about what this crisis means for the businesses that i represent. i grew up in a small town, small 2340er7b town of claire, michigan, where my family ran the automobile dealership, the oldsmobile dealership and my mom was a nurse at the local hospital. my first job was washing the cars on the car lot, mr. president, and it was a time when people believed in america and the full faith and credit of america. i can't imagine, i can't imagine my parents and my grandparents ever believing that it would be possible for america to default on its obligations. but here we are today, and that is a very real possibility. it's outrageous because it does not have to be this way. we have been through a lot in michigan, mr. president, and i know you know that. we've had more people out of work than any other state in this recession, in fact, we've been hit harder, longer, deeper than any other state. we've took the brunt of the recession and people are now just starting to get back on their feet. and they're the lucky ones. when people in washington talk about this
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>>> the michigan standoff, multiple murder suspect takes hostages and holds off police for hours. >>> good-bye shuttle, space shuttle "atlantis" is poised for launch on the final flight, if the weather cooperates. >>> and debt debate, calling for more talks on sunday, the president appears ready to put social security on the negotiating table. captioning funded by cbs >>> and good morning, everyone. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. we begin in grand rapids, michigan this morning. the city was paralyzed for hours thursday, a murder shooting spree led to a wild chase say the original seven victims -- ended with 34 rodrick dantzler taking his life. >> at the end of the life the suspect chose to put the gun to his head and fired one shot. >> reporter: four people were found dead in one home and three others in this house across town. two of the victims were children. at one point police shut down an interstate. they say dantzler fired during the chase. >> started firing out the window towards our car and kind of ducked down and the police continued ch
clubs pick up the right one and drive it right down the middle of pure michigan. your trip begins at michigan.org. i know you're worried about making your savings last and having enough income when you retire. that's why i'm here -- to help come up with a plan and get you on the right path. i have more than a thousand fidelity experts working with me so that i can work one-on-one with you. it's your green line. but i'll be there every step of the way. call or come in and talk with us today. >>> 24 minutes past the hour now. time for the morning passport. let's say good to you. >> good morning. a wedding. >> a royal wedding. >> a very royal wedding in monaco. >> this is a big deal. >> this is a big deal. what happened this week is charlene wittstock is now the duchess. she is her serene highness. that is what they do in monaco. she is the serene highness. she wasn't so serene. >> they were calling her the runway bride. >> she went to the airport in greece. some say they had to take away her passport. we don't know. her family was saying she went to paris to buy shoes. one can't bla
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lamps above striking hotel workers employees at park hyatt on michigan avenue held a daylong strike yesterday to protest working conditions for housekeepers it coincided with a white house to protest at hyatt hotels and nine other u.s. cities temperatures were already above 80 degrees when the lamps were turned on for another one hour heights is that a manager's responsible for the move and won't happen again ... >>we should find its and how to year-old boy from a blow the indicted immediate emergency crews were called to the home of lavandis hudson yesterday at west 147th place they say that he had suffered some sort of head trauma he died at the hospital a short time later it's a death investigation ... >>police in south suburban teachers said a young boy accident shot myself to death at a liquor store for year-old ashe wembley of cedar lake indiana was found shot last late yesterday morning inside of a liquor store where his mother worked on dixie highway he'd died a few hours later it appears the board discovered the gunman had a counter and pulled it out ... a woman has been
. the lower michigan and northern ohio, there are storms that will fizzle out as a move toward us but the clouds will keep us a couple degrees cooler than we originally thought today. heat cranking up tomorrow for the daytime. highs this afternoon 89-94. in the overnight, skies clearing and the wind will change out of the south. the mid 60's to mid to upper 70's. 95-100 tomorrow with heat index around 105. letson an update on the rush hour commute with lisa baden. >>> a quiet morning. metro rail, marc rail, vre texting in just fine, no accidents to report as far as interstate travel either. going south into richmond or north into baltimore all clear. out to the airport has been a pretty good ride. overnight construction on the beltway at 66 as well as 66 outside the beltway has been cleared away. we will look at one camera of the beltway near andrews air force base. more to come on the traffic scene, but now to a news. >>> "the fighter" echinacea debt ceiling. a little < 5 days until america defaults, if the house is closed to voting on a contentious gop plan but it's not the end
of georgia. and amendment by mr. walberg of michigan. the chair will reduce to five minutes the time for any electronic vote after the first vote in this series. the unfinished business is the request for recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentlewoman from tennessee, mrs. blackburn, on which further proceedings were postponed and o on which the noes prevailed by voice vote. the clerk will redesignate the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mrs. blackburn of tennessee. the chair: a recorded vote has been requested. those in support of the request for recorded vote will rise and be counted. a sufficient number having arisen, a recorded vote is ordered. members will record their votes by electronic device. this will be a 15-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the chair: on this vote the yeas are 114. the
happened to that horizontal line into that vertical line through lake michigan? this man happened. jeffrey holly accepted more state lines than any other person with the exception of stephen a. douglas, but jesse halloway did it from jail. jesse holley was a flower merchant in western new york. he would transport the flower to the east. the company that controlled the navigation on the mohawk had promised the merchants moving into western new york that they would improve the navigation. but, they didn't and jesse holley and probably others went bankrupt. when you go bankrupt in those years, you go to debtors prison. while he was in debtors prison, he wrote a series of lengthy articles that he published in the newspapers using the pseudonym because debtors prison wasn't really good for the resume, in which he described an idea that he had. that idea was the erie canal. jesse holley was not the first person to imagine such a canal, and by the way up there in-box number one -- what did i do? there we go. that is the erie canal. it begins in buffalo at the eastern end of lake erie and it cross
. mrs. biggert: thank you. with that i would yield two minutes to the gentlelady from michigan, candace miller. the chair: the gentlewoman from michigan is recognized. mrs. miller: thank you and i certainly thank the gentlelady for yielding some time to me and i hate to rain on this bipartisan parade, i know this is a bipartisan effort here, but i think this program needs to be eliminated, not be reformed. and i would start with this basic premise. why in the world is the federal government in the flood insurance business? if you read the constitution, what does it say? actually in the preamble it says the first and foremost responsibility of the federal government is to provide for the common defense. i can't find anywhere in that constitution it says we're supposed to be in the federal flood insurance business. i just can't find it. and i'll tell you what, this thing, i know we're trying to reform what i think is an unnecessary boondoggle, ridiculous program, but rather than reforming it, as i say, i think it needs to be eliminated. this program started in 1968, we started writing pol
championships, 12 times he's been an all-star. hard to imagine, for a skinny kid from kalamazoo, michigan drafted by the yankees right out of high school, hard to imagine for everyone but dick roach, the scout who discovered jeter. the yankees were worried jeter would decide to attend the university of michigan instead of sign. >> i said he's not going to michigan. they said where is he going? i said he's going to cooperstown. >> reporter: the hall of fame along with the baseball jeter hit today caught in the left field stands by a 23-year-old cell phone salesman who gladly returned it. >> like i said, he earned it. i'm not going to be the person to take it away from him. >> i have the ball. held it. feels like all the rest of them. >> reporter: you can be sure it's worth a lot more -- minimum six figures is what one expert told me that ball might have fetched, but christian lopez was happy to return it for four premium yankee seats to every home game for the rest of the season including the playoffs, and by the way, derek jeter hasn't decided yet what he's going to do with the ball. russ
to participate in the all star week. >>> a michigan woman's toilet paper creation earned her top honors in the 7th annual toilet paper wedding dresscontest. there is a contest. >> it's in the miten. >> look how beautiful it is. >> the competition judges the best bridal dresses made of toilet paper judged on creativity, originality, beauty and the use of tp. >> so susan won. she is from miff began -- michigan and says the dress was inspired by naturech it was created with rolls-- nature. it was created with rolls of toilet paper hot glue and packing tape. she took home $1,000 i think she would get more than that. >> i have a question? were you nervous when you got married? you sweat or women perspire. what happens to the dress? >> aid lot of toilet paper-- it's a lot of toilet paper. you have to get the two-ply. >> stay with us this morning. coming up next, undocumented immigrants paying in-state tuition. >> your action from the maryland lawmaker leading the charge to keep this from becoming law. >>> they were hitting off my chest and on the camera. one hit me in the back and bender my neck and s
advisory and warnings in 17 states. from texas to michigan. people are doing all they can beat the heat. sunday in oklahoma city, another day of 100 degrees the 27 day this year the city has climbed to 100 or above. the unrelenting weather is supposed to stick around throughout the week. doctors and emergency officials are warning everyone to take precautions. >> this is the worst part of heatstroke where people's temperatures are getting over 103 degrees and they're not capable of maintaining a normal temperature. >> after the heat we have had already this summer, this is the last thing people wanted to hear in the washington region. getting ready to move toward those days of a triple digits and heat indexes even higher, especially when it comes on the weekend when people are outside. they will be looking for a way to stay cool. reporting live from the national mall, brianne carter. >> you can look the latest forecasts 24 hours a day on our website, wjla.com. >>> new this morning developing news, firefighters scrambling to douse the flames after a fire at a low club in southeast washin
with a new jury or dismiss that case altogether. >>> hundreds of people gathered in grand rapids, michigan, to see betty ford buried next to her late husband. the funeral was held at the same church where the former first lady married former president gerald ford. betty ford will be remembered as an advocate for women's rights and for going public with private issues, such as breast cancer and addiction. >>> coming up tonight, two planes full of passengers hit on the runway at a busy u.s. airport. >>> a mother was carjacked in maryland and explains how she jumped out of the car with a baby in her arms. >>> and an angry bird attacking again and again, not letting anybody walk by in peace. >>> also, harry potter fans taking to the night ahead of sold-out midnight showings. >>> a lot of people waiting in line for that on a gorgeous night tonight. it is spectacular outside. and the great weather is going to last for a little while. i'll show you just >>> two jets were damaged after a collision on a runway this evening at boston's logan international airport. airport officials say a delta 767 c
minutes to our good friend and presidential candidate, the gentleman from michigan, mr. mccotter. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from michigan is recognized for two minutes. mr. mccotter: i thank the gentleman from california. we hear a lot of talk about plans, we hear a lot of talk about secret default plans, senate plans, the reid plan. but we've yet to hear about the president's plan. we live in a period of time where we are engaged in a struggle against economic stagnation. where 30 million people can't trade jobs because there are no better ones out there. where 14 million people are unemployed. this is a period of time where inflation is rising, real wages are declining. in short we live in a period of time in which we are being neither led nor governed. we are seeing postures, not plans. with one exception -- the house republicans have endeavored to meet the duty that was entrusted to them by the american people which is to put forward a plan that will prevent the default of the united states and a diminishment of our economic credibility in the world. unfortunatel
" by the numbers. >>> good friday morning. people in grand rapids, michigan, are trying to make sense of a tragedy this morning. a gunman is accused of seven people including his own children. >> it ended when the suspect lled himself. john hendren has more details. >> reporter: good morning. after several shootings police had hope the standoff without another death. the gunman went from talking surrender to asking polole to shoot him. in the end he shot himself. the deadly shooting rampage, a police standoff and a high speed chase put a city on edge. seven people were shot and killed. then the suspect got himself in the middle of a tragic drama in grand rapids. >> our negotiators were talking to him, trying to give him instructions as to how he could go about turning himself in and surrender. but we heard a gunshot and turned out to be self-inflicted. >> reporter: roderick shonte dantzler led police on a high-speed chase. four were found dead in one home. three were killed in another house in another neighborhood. two victims were children. >> we believe one was his daughter. one was an ex-girlfr
in georgia and michigan and also in his home country of nigeria. they also argued that he's a possible risk to society and to the community. alleging that he stole people's boarding passes, their identities to try to get onboard airplanes. the defense argues that he comes from a respectable family, that esen rnlly he just stole a $500 flight and he is very embarrassed by all in. but the prosecution wasn't buying any of that. despite not finding any terrorist threat, they say when it comes to security, it's a very serious matter. >> we have a very significant system set up to try to ensure security at our airports, on planes that travel both here in the united states internationally. anytime there may be a breach, a perceived breach, that makes it a serious matter. >> they don't know enough about him, where he's from, what he's about, what he's doing. and essentially did not set bail. there will be another hearing as early as next week, wolf, and of course, the judge making it very clear in the courtroom today that any conditions down the road would not allow him to board any planes. wolf? >
individuals paying tribute to ford. ford's body will be flown to michigan tomorrow for another me memorial. >>> everything went as planned tonight in a outer space walk. atlantis is set to return to earth next thursday. >> we'll be watching for sure. >>> coming up on wjz eyewitness news. a controversial plan to tackle the obesity problem. the drastic steps doctors want to take to help overweight children. >>> at that crucial moment, he comes into realization of what's going on. >>> she said her husband deserved it. the cruel attack that woman is accused of committing and what she did next is just as shocking. >>> growing scandal at a popular rock climbing school. i'm derek valcourt, why yet another coach has been arrested coming up on eyewitness news. >>> cooler and drier days ahead. i'm bob turk, i'll have your complete forewarn forecast coming up next. ,,,, ♪ whoa, whoa! 10:00 and 2:00, buddy. eyes on the road, right? hands on the wheel. [ male announcer ] the want-it, need-it... stay focused. [ male announcer ] ...gotta-have-it taste of mcdonald's burgers. the simple joy worth waiting
sign it to get the much need weather alerts. >>> 5:34. people in grand rapid, michigan are trying to make sense of a terrible tragedy that happened. now a gunman is accused of killing 7 people including his own children. an 8-hour manhunt end when the suspect killed themself. this morning, john hendren has more. >> reporter: a tedly shooting rampage. -- deadly shooting rampage, high-speed chase put a michigan city on edge. seven people were shot and killed and the suspect got himself in the middle of a tragic drama. >> while our negotiators were talking to him and giving instrucks as to turning himself in and surrender, we heard a gunshot and it turn out to be a self-inflicked gunshot wound to the head. >> reporter: 35-year-old roderick danceler shot 9 people killing 7 and led police on ahigh-speed chase through grand rapids. four people founded in one home three victims in another house in another neighborhood. two victims were children. >> we believe one of them was his daughter and one was an ex- girlfriend. the other one was an ex- girlfriend. >> reporter: the ordeal began whe
fire after a brutal beating is captured on dash cam video. >>> and an affair to remember. a michigan woman files a lawsuit after her whirlwind facebook a michigan woman files a lawsuit after her whirlwind facebook romance goes south. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. this morning we begin with boiling point. budget negotiates at the white house grew heat yesterday as lawmakers failed again to compromise on spending cuts and tax hikes as part of a plan to raise the debt ceiling. all of this as moody's investor service puts the country's stellar credit rating under review. kristin dahlgren joins us with more on this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. just when you thought it couldn't get any uglier, word of the tensest talks yet at the white house. republican house majority leader eric cantor is saying the president said to him, eric, don't call my bluff and then stormed out of the meeting. now, democrats say those reports are overblown. they admit the president did say, enough is enough, and he urged lawmakers to stop the
of grand rapids, michigan, waited in line to pay their respects at the gerald ford presidential museum. the widow of president ford died yesterday, in southern california. shelby lynn looks back on the legacy that is beyond the first lady's role as a political wife. >> reporter: iconic. special. unsurpass able. those are just some of the words used to describe former first lady betty ford. >> the whole nation lost someone very special. >> i know icon is an overused term these days, but she truly is one. her vision, and her mission for the betty ford center is unsurpassable. >> reporter: the 93-year-old passed away friday surrounded by friends and family at the eisenhower medical center in california. soon after, condolences began pouring in from president obama, prominent political figures, and even celebrities, who sought addiction treatment at the betty ford center. >> i don't think she even really realized the impact that she had on so many lives. great people, truly great people don't really even realize how truly great they are. >> reporter: the family issued a statement inviting
advisories. that number will now grow, as it all heads east. nb's kevin tibbles with us from michigan avenue in chicago tonight. kevin, good evening. >> reporter: brian, tonight, 42 states are dealing with 90-degree plus temperatures, temperatures that have already been blamed for at least seven deaths and the thermometer keeps going up. today, h-e-a-t is a four-letter word, especially for those working in it. >> it's terrible. i can't believe it. >> reporter: much of the nation has been turned into a convection oven, basting at the beach, cooling off in the water. just remember to keep everyone hydrated and that includes fido. there are heat advisories and warnings in 18 states, from texas to michigan. this month, heat records have been tied or broken a thousand times. >> i'm meteorologist eric fischer in minneapolis where the heat index, combination of the temperature and humidity reached 115 degrees. central and southern parts of the state remain under an excessive heat warning through wednesday. >> reporter: violent summer storms blamed for two drownings after a sailboat capsized in the
, kansas city, chicago, toronto and havana, cuba. the first one i wrote was up in michigan. written in paris in 1921. the last was old man at the bridge, cabled from barcelona in april of 1938. >> that was ernest hemingway in his own voice. now, here we have a man in the 1920s and '30s and beyond really experiencing much of the world. how much does it make it into his writing? did his readers learn about the larger world when they read his work? >> it's absolutely everywhere. in sun also rises is set in paris and it's a bullfight in spain, farewell to arms is a war in italy. to have and to have not in key west and cuba. it's remarkable. for him the bell tolls was the spanish-american war. i think it's a lesson for us today. americans tend to be a very insular, very cut off people and maybe hemingway is choosing that line from john dunn for whom the bells toll says it all. do not tend to ask for the bell tolls, it tolls for thee. wherever there was strife, wherever that was a war going on or oppression and he was interested and he thought we should be there and he thought it was the
, a former dancer, stay-at-home mom of four, and wife of a michigan congressman, never could have imaged the strange circumstances that in 1974 would land her and her husband, gerald ford, into the white house, but for a role she was unprepared for, first lady of the united states, she made a lot of it and changed thousands if not millions of lives in the process. betty ford died last night in california at the age of 93. she was known for speaking her mind, even when it didn't jive with her husband's political agenda, but she is best remembered for putting a public face to some awfully personal struggles and inspiring americans, particularly women, in ways no other first lady had. at the ford museum in grand rapids, michigan, her childhood home, betty ford was remembered today as a beloved first lady and an outspoken and inspiring figure to millions of women. >> i liked her openness, her vulnerability, and her honesty. >> reporter: recalling her public battles with breast cancer and alcohol, former president george w. bush said that because of her leadership, many lives were saved. eliz
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with something much more dangerous in michigan. mitten. you are watching "good morning maryland" first and only at 4:30. [ female announcer ] find yourself sometimes cleaning up after your dishcloth? bounty extra soft can help. it's super durable, and in this lab test bounty extra soft leaves this surface three times cleaner than a dishcloth. even with just one sheet. super clean. super soft. bounty extra soft. in the pink pack. and try bounty napkins. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> the heat doesn't seem like a bad thing if you look at the quick tomorrowing tornado that killed people on a michigan lake. sunday night, official say the twister -- officials say the twister lifted docked boats out of the water. no one was hurt and there was not much damage. but people said the sky turned different colors including yellow and black. this is the third confirmed tornado in that region this year. we have seen it before right? >> yes people thought something was block through -- blowing through yesterday. and it was a quick shot on the west side, and a quick two inches of rain and that was it. min
until you catch these numbers, especially in michigan. you're watching "hardball," only on msnbc. >>> hey there. here's what's happening. the congressional budget office is confirming a reworked version of the republican budget plan now cost the deficit by more than it raises the debt ceiling. ongoing debt ceiling debate weighing heavily on the stock market today along with the report from the federal reserve with slowing economic growth in most parts of the country. >>> overseas, the u.n. brought in the first of ten food shipments for children in drought stricken somalia. >>> a mayor of kandahar who worked as an accountant in northern virginia before returning to help rebuild his town. >>> tropical storm dawn formed in the gulf of mexico. if it stays on course it could reach the texas coast by friday. let's get you back it "hardball." >>> here's a big story. president obama's approval numbers may be holding nationally, but a few battleground polls may cause concern. michael feldman and jean feehery are here with me. i guess we can all argue, let's look at the numbers and see wha
, the republican field is expected to expand. mccotter is scheduled to launch his bid in lake michigan. >>> in washington, there is gridlock over the debt crisis. while republicans continue to reject increases, president obama is standing firmly with the democrats today. in his weekly address, the president says not bringing in more money from taxes would mean cuts to education, medical verge and new technology. >> it would be nice if we could keep every tax break, but we can't afford that. because if we choose to keep those tax breaks for millionaires and billionaires or hedge fund managers and corporate jet owners or oil and gas companies pulling in huge profits without our help, then we'll have to make even deeper cuts somewhere else. >> mike viqueira is live at the white house for us. good saturday morning, my friend. we have the specific opposing demands from each side. where do you see the next step being and what role the president's going to play? >> there doesn't seem to be a lot of wiggle room. back on may 21st when the world was coming to an end, start it up again. we are ex
area michigan city 88 m.p.h. top the list evergreen park over 70 mi. per hour winds look at the damage. covering 18 states and 1,400 mi. stretch. all taking place about the progress but there is an incredibly hot -- air, powerful jet stream along the perimeter. thunderstorms with a lot of the jet stream more key to the south of us tomorrow cooler weather on the way short term but the seat will make a move a story and to itself this coming weekend and early next week more on that coming up >> a 16 year-old in court today charged with the death of a died 11 dispatcher, marquis harrison sophomore at urban prep charter academy accused of being drunk when he crashed into her but a cut schneider >> continues to be a sad story all of the way are brought a beloved 911 dispatcher killed in a situation similar to those she may have handled calls on in their job also sad in terms of the teenager now charged a chicago high school athlete who school officials describe as a very bright student his bond was set today at $1 billion. drug and high on ecstasy of the accusations tonight against the 16
storms in a row at the same time bringing in 700 crews including crews from indiana michigan minnesota tennessee we have crews from alabama are arriving tomorrow morning at the same time com ed not that long ago provided crews to the areas that suffer to the tornadoes not that long ago and we have something called mutual assistance we are appreciative of the other utilities helping in illinois >> thank you for taking the time out of your schedule and update friday midnight lights come back on com ed spokesperson, two weeks ago a hail storm shattered and the glass roof of the garfield park conservatory another weather event tonight there with the costly cleanup and plans for fixing a chicago landmark. >> the hailstorm was the worst disaster to hit the conservatory in its 104 year history the clean up alone will cost $2 million and that is before any of the rebuilding begins. since its founding in 1907 there has never been a worst day for garfield park conservatory than the 12 weeks ago that brought with it a pilot tells storm the storm shattered the glass roof show house desert house
pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from michigan, mr. camp. mr. camp: mr. speaker, i reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from michigan, mr. levin. mr. levin: it is now my pleasure to yield two minutes to the gentleman who is a member of our committee and the chair of our caucus. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from connecticut for two minutes. mr. larson: thank you, mr. speaker, thank you, mr. levin. at this very moment the whole world is watching in on the united states congress. it is a sad day for the united states congress. we in america, the preeminent military, economic and cultural leaders in the world are governing like we're a thirled world country -- third world country. t.s.a. sad time for this body -- it is a sad time for this body that we cannot come together. sad is the american public who looks in at this and recognizes that it's theater, except that it's become the theater of the absurd. in a frail recovery where americans are already overburdened, what we have in front of us is a manufactured ideo
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